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Liquid Workforce Luncheon

Liquid Workforce Luncheon

April 19 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Wondering what the buzz about Liquid Workforce is all about and what this means for your organization?

A “liquid” and more agile workforce, built for change, is necessary for companies to succeed in the digital world. This presentation will explain the concept of a liquid workforce and the reasons why it’s important for organizations to recognize this new workforce approach.

We will cover examples and discuss how companies begin the transition to a more liquid workforce. Learn from global professional services firm Accenture Consulting’s expert, who provides change and talent management insights and capabilities to transform the world’s leading companies.

Who should attend this event?

  • Marketing and human resources professionals interested in ongoing employee development and training
  • Business owners who want to understand how to leverage this methodology to grow and develop teams

What else is in it for you?

  • Opportunity to network with talented professionals
  • Delicious lunch included with your event ticket
$45   |   Member Price: $35

Event Details
Date:
April 19
Time:
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Cost:
$45
Organizer
Holly Gary
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Website:
www.forthea.com
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Venue

Fleming’s Steakhouse
2405 W Alabama St,
Houston, TX 77098 United States
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About the Speaker:

Natalie Noriega - AccentureNatalie Noriega, Manager, Management Consulting
Accenture

Natalie is part of Accenture’s Management Consulting practice, specializing in large-scale change management and talent management for business transformation and M&A initiatives. Her functional expertise is in change strategy, business and leadership alignment and training design and deployment. She has extensive experience in the products/retail, upstream energy, and oil and gas industries. Natalie has a Master’s degree in Human Resources Development and undergrad degree in Human and Organizational Development, both from Vanderbilt University.